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EMILIO AGUINALDO COLLEGE CAVITE

City of Dasmarias
Province of Cavite
A.Y. 2013-2014
COURSE SYLLABUS IN LIFE, WORKS & WRITINGS OF RIZAL

COLLEGES VISION
Emilio Aguinaldo College is an academic community dedicated to the pursuit of truth for the advancement and welfare of humanity.
COLLEGES MISSION
The mission of Emilio Aguinaldo College is to create an academic environment that will enable the individual to discover his/her full
potentials; offer an inquiry-based, student-centered education relevant to the needs of the local and global community, and to live the
values of VIRTUE, EXCELLENCE and SERVICE.
PHILOSOPHY
Emilio Aguinaldo College is a private, non-sectarian, co-educational institution of learning that fosters;
Equal and fair opportunities for education.
The total development of a person.
Ones national identity while conscious of his/her role in the global community.
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b)
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d)

INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES
Offer opportunities for quality and relevant education to all.
Cultivate the intellectual, spiritual, moral, social and physical aspects of a person.
Instill appreciation and pride for ones national identity.
Produce graduates of global quality equipped with competence in their field of experience.

SCHOOL OF ARTS & SCIENCES MISSION STATEMENT


The College of Arts & Sciences carries out the most essential and major functions as a servicing unit in this
institution through offering the General Education courses in all degree programs in addition to the programs
under it.

In consonance with EAC Vision and Mission the School of Arts and Sciences aims to provide quality
education for future leaders to make them well rounded individuals with a high moral sense equipped with
practical wisdom for the enhancement of life to the fullest extent and thereby contribute to the growth and
development of the community and the country as well.
OBJECTIVES OF SAS:
1. Provide the best foundation in liberal arts and sciences and impart quality education relevant to the
needs of the community and the country;

2. Offer lifelong learning, technology and innovation through continuous research in the arts and the
sciences and make the students acquire maturity in intellect, values and personal and social relations;

3. Develop national consciousness and concern and explore the community as a laboratory involved in
social service through extension services and community outreach ; and

4. Prepare students to become productive, competent and globally competitive professional leaders of the
society and the world in the various disciplines.

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LIFE, WORKS & WRITINGS OF RIZAL


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COURSE DESCRIPTION :
A course on the life, works, ideas, and ideals of Jose Rizal which aims to provide students an in-depth appreciation of Rizals
contributions to the building of Filipino nationhood. The course involves the critical and analytical discussion of Rizal in the
context of Philippine history.
PRE-REQUISITE

NONE

OBE COURSE INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES:


At the end of the course, the students will be able to:
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COURSE TITLE:

Life, Works & Writings of Rizal

DATE OF REVISION:
MAY 15, 2013

PREPARED BY:
HANNIBAL F. CARADO
MAHISTO

RECOMMENDING APPROVAL:
DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.
Head, Human Sciences Section

APPROVED BY:
DR. VERONICA S. GARCIA
Dean, Art & Sciences

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To be able to explain Rizals life, works, ideas, and ideals and discuss how these have influenced the formation of Philippine nationhood.
To be able to point out important and pivotal events and factors that helped shape and develop Rizals nationalism.
To appreciate the relevance of Rizals teachings and those of other heroes.
To discuss, compare, evaluate, and analyze the achievements of Rizal and other heroes in relation to their importance to the life of the Filipino
nation.
5. To manifest respect and reverence for their achievements, ideas, and ideals.
METHODOLOGY

Getting to know you activities, discussion, workshop in group activities and presentation in a plenary, map works, film showing,
walking tour in Intramurus and Luneta, museum visits, debate, skit presentation, and interviews.

REQUIREMENTS :

None

TEXTBOOK

De Viana, Augusto V. Jose Rizal in Our Times: A Guide for a Better Understanding of the Philippines Foremost National Hero.
Mandaluyong City: Books Atbp. Publishing Corp. 2011.

REFERENCES
1962.

Guerrero, Leon Ma. The First Filipino: A Biography of Dr. Jose P. Rizal. Manila. Jose Rizal National Centennial Commission.

Schumacher, Joel, N. Fr. S.J. The Propaganda Movement. Manila Solidaridad Publishing House. 1973.
Majul, Cesar A. A Critique of Rizals Concept of a Filipino Nation. Quezon City: UP Press. 1953.
________. Political and Historical Writings by Rizal. Manila: National Heroes Commission. 1963.
Quibuyen, Floro C. A Nation Aborted: Rizal, American Hegemony, and Philippine Nationalism. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila
University Press. 1999.
Corpuz, Onofre D. The Roots of the Filipino Nation, Vols. 1 and 2, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press. 2005.
Constantino, Renato, Adoration without Understanding
De la Costa, Horacio, S.J., The Trial of Rizal, 2nd printing 1996.

COMPUTATION OF GRADES:
CLASS STANDING
Quizzes, Projects, Graded Recitation
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COURSE TITLE:

Life, Works & Writings of Rizal

DATE OF REVISION:
MAY 15, 2013

PREPARED BY:
HANNIBAL F. CARADO
MAHISTO

40%
RECOMMENDING APPROVAL:
DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.
Head, Human Sciences Section

APPROVED BY:
DR. VERONICA S. GARCIA
Dean, Art & Sciences

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Other Class Room Activities


PERIODIC EXAMINATIONS (Prelim/Midterm/Prefinal) :

60%

PERIODIC GRADES (Prelim/Midterm/Prefinal)

100%

SEMESTER GRADE
WEE
K

TOPIC

INTENDED LEARNING
OUTCOMES

Unit I Introduction
A.
B.
C.
1

D.
2

1. Explain the social


context and importance
Rizal Law
of Rizal Law (RA 1425).
What are the qualities of
2. Give the definition of a
a hero?
hero.
Why Nations Have Their
3. Explain why it is
Heroes
important for nations to
1. The Humanity of
have heroes.
Heroes
4. Tell who should
2. The Criteria for
recognize heroes and
Heroes
explain why?
3. The Definition of a
Hero
Philippine Heroes
Commission

E. The World During Rizals 5. Explain how the


Time
prevailing philosophical
1. Rizals Century: The
thinking in Europe
th
19 Century
affected the rest of the
2. The Needs for
world including the
Reform:
Philippines.
Representation
6. Describe the social,
3. The Religious Front:
political, and economic
Secularization
conditions of the world

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COURSE TITLE:

Life, Works & Writings of Rizal

DATE OF REVISION:
MAY 15, 2013

:
:

TEACHING &
LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/ACTIVI
TIES
1. Vocabulary
Building
2. Group Discussion:
The Filipino idea
of heroism
3. Diagnostic
activities and
examinations

Prelim Grade + Midterm Grade + Prefinal Grade


3
INSTRUCTION
AL
MATERIALS

TASK
ASSESSMENT

ASSIGNMEN
T

1. Teacherprepared
slideshow
of photos
and
information
2. Textbook

1. Checklist
from
teacherprepared
questionnair
e

Research
Assignment:
Describe the
social,
political, and
economic
conditions of
the world in
the 19th
Century.

Floro Quibuyen,
a Nation Aborted

1. Vocabulary
Building
2. Group reports:
The Philippines in
the 19th century

1. World,
Asian, and
Philippine
maps
2. Textbook

1. Please refer
to group
presentation
s rubrics

Make notes
on readings
concerning
the effects of
the
GOMBURZA
execution on
Rizal.

Onofre D.
Corpuz, the
Roots of the
Filipino Nation,
Vols. 2

PREPARED BY:

RECOMMENDING APPROVAL:

HANNIBAL F. CARADO
MAHISTO

DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.


Head, Human Sciences Section

REFERENCES

Renato
Constantino,
Adoration
without
Understanding

APPROVED BY:
DR. VERONICA S. GARCIA
Dean, Art & Sciences

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4. The Conditions in
Europe, America, and
Asia
Unit II Rizals Childhood

A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.

Birth
Family and Ancestry
Hometown
Story of the Moth
Sa Aking Mga Kababata
Boyhood Influences
Education in Calamba
and Bian

Unit II I Higher Education

A. Ateneo de Manila
1. Jesuit System of
Education
2. Poems and artistic
works
B. University of Santo
Tomas
1. Medical Studies
2. A la Juventud Filipina
3. Champion of Filipino
Studies
Unit IV Education and
Travels Abroad
A. Rizal in Europe, 18821885
1. The First Voyage to

COURSE CODE:
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and the Philippines


during Rizals time.
7. Ascertain the
significance of family
and home to Rizals
early achievements.
8. Determine the
influences in Rizals
young life that shaped
his aspirations and
values.

9. Appreciate how Rizals


education shaped him
as a person.
10.Compare the phases of
Rizals life as a
student.

11.Emulate Rizals
admirable traits while
studying in and touring
Europe.
12.Describe the traits of
Filipino expatriates in

COURSE TITLE:

Life, Works & Writings of Rizal

DATE OF REVISION:
MAY 15, 2013

1. Vocabulary
Building
2. Sharing Sessions:
Effects of the
GOMBURZA
execution on Rizal
3. PowerPoint
presentation
4. Written
examination
(short-answer
questions)
1. Vocabulary
Building
2. Walking tour of the
old Ateneo and
UST sites in
Intramurus
(optional);
3. Reaction Paper
writing

1. Teacherprepared
slideshow of
photos and
information
2. Textbook

1. Textbook
2. Tour
checklist

1. Vocabulary Building
2. PowerPoint
Presentation
3. Quiz (true or false
type)

1. Textbook
2. Teacherprepared
slideshow of
photos and
information

PREPARED BY:
HANNIBAL F. CARADO
MAHISTO

1. Answer key

Get a copy of
Catalogo de
Apellidos of
1849 and
locate the
possible
origins of
your family
names.

Onofre D.
Corpuz, the
Roots of the
Filipino Nation,
Vols. 1

1. Please refer
to reaction
papers rubric
for
assessment.

Write about
how you
would feel
being a
provinciano
in the city
with old
buildings and
strangers as
classmates?

Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.
Jose P. Rizal.

1. Answer Keys

Create a
timeline of
Rizals stay
in Europe
and point out
significant

Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.
Jose P. Rizal.

RECOMMENDING APPROVAL:
DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.
Head, Human Sciences Section

Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.
Jose P. Rizal.

APPROVED BY:
DR. VERONICA S. GARCIA
Dean, Art & Sciences

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2.
3.

4.
5.

7-8

Spain: Views and


Impressions
The University
Student in Madrid
Meeting with Future
Reformists: The
Circulo HispanoFilipino
Entry into the
Freemasonry
The Avid Book
Collector

Europe.

events which
shaped his
nationalism.

6. The Writing of the


Noli Me Tangere
7. Opthalmic Training
under Dr. Louis de
Weckert and Dr. Otto
Backer
8. Friendship with
Ferdinand
Blumentritt
9. The Speech that
Attracted the
Attention of
Reactionary
Spaniards in the
Philippines
10.Completion of
Studies in Spain

13.Narrate the events


that led to the writing
of Rizals first novel.
14.Explain why the Brindis
speech made more
enemies for Rizal.
15.Explain how Rizals
friendship with
Blumentritt influenced
his writings and
nationalism.

1. Vocabulary
Building
2. On-line research
and Group
Discussion:
Timeline of Rizals
stay in Europe and
the significant
events which
shaped his
nationalism

1. Textbook
2. Internet
3. Studentprepared
slideshow of
photos and
information

1. Refer to
group
discussion
rubrics for
assessment

Make a short
critique of
Lunas
Spolarium or
Hidalgos Las
Virgenes
Cristianas
Expuestas Al
Populacho.

Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.
Jose P. Rizal.

Unit V Homecoming and


Return to Europe

16.Reflect on the
achievements of Rizal
during his return to the
Philippines.

1. Vocabulary
Building
2. Sharing sessions
3. Quiz (Identification

1. Textbook

1. Answer Keys

Write an
essay
comparing
Rizal before

Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.

A. Return Home
1. Medical Practice in
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COURSE TITLE:

Life, Works & Writings of Rizal

DATE OF REVISION:
MAY 15, 2013

PREPARED BY:
HANNIBAL F. CARADO
MAHISTO

RECOMMENDING APPROVAL:
DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.
Head, Human Sciences Section

APPROVED BY:
DR. VERONICA S. GARCIA
Dean, Art & Sciences

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Calamba
2. The Calamba Land
Problem
3. Uproar and Attack on
the Noli
4. Historical Side Story:
How Rizals Noli was
Smuggled into the
Philippines
B. Asia and US Exposure
1. Hongkong and Macau
2. United States of
America
3. Departure for Europe

17.Describe the Filipinos


reaction to Rizals Noli.

type)

he came to
Europe and
when he
returned to
the
Philippines.
List them in
a before
and after
column and
discuss how
a person can
change.

Jose P. Rizal.

Debate: Was
Rizal correct
in leaving
the reform
movement in
Spain?

Cesar Majul,
Political and
Historical
Writings by Rizal

Read Andres
Bonifacios
Ang Dapat
Mabatid ng
mga
Tagalog to

Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.
Jose P. Rizal.

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

10

C. Rizal as Propagandist
1. Annotation of
Sucesos de las
Islas Filipinas in
London
2. La Solidaridad
3. To the Young
Women in Malolos
4. Indios Bravos
5. The Philippines a
Century Hence

18.Appreciate Rizals use


of history to arouse
nationalism.
19.Recognize the novels
and essays that Rizal
produced while in
Europe.

1. Vocabulary Building
2. Debate: Resolve
that Rizal was
correct in leaving
the reform
movement in
Spain.

1. Debate rules
and other
paraphernali
a

6. Indolence of the
Filipinos
7. Por Telefono
8. Life in Brussels
9. Rizal and Marcelo
del Pilar Rivalry

20.Describe how Rizal


deconstructed the
colonial dilim/liwanag
bipartite framework.

1. Vocabulary Building
2. Library research:
The Rizals
tripartite
framework;
Liwanag/Dilim/Liwa

1. Textbook

COURSE CODE:
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COURSE TITLE:

Life, Works & Writings of Rizal

DATE OF REVISION:
MAY 15, 2013

PREPARED BY:
HANNIBAL F. CARADO
MAHISTO

1. Please refer
to debates
rubrics for
assessment.

1. Please refer
to reaction
papers
rubrics

RECOMMENDING APPROVAL:
DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.
Head, Human Sciences Section

Floro Quibuyen,
a Nation Aborted

APPROVED BY:
DR. VERONICA S. GARCIA
Dean, Art & Sciences

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10.Publication of the
El Filibusterismo in
Ghent
Unit VI Return to the
Philippines
A. Opthalmic Surgeon in
Hongkong
B. Borneo Colonization
Project
C. La Liga Filipina
D. Exile in Dapitan
111. Physician, Farmer,
12
and Businessman
2. Water System in
Dapitan
3. School Teacher
4. Discoveries and
Inventions
5. Writings and
Artistic Works
6. The Katipunan

nag
3. Reaction papers
21.Draw out the genius of
Rizal as a community
leader, engineer,
businessman, school
teacher, scientist,
farmer, writer, and
physician while in exile.
22.Signify how the KKK
value Rizal as a leading
nationalist and an idol
to the revolutionary
movement.

1. Vocabulary Building
2. Essay writing:
Rizals La Liga
Filipina
3. Quiz (Identification
type)

find out
Rizals
influence.
1. Teacherprepared
slideshow of
photos and
information
2. Textbook
3. Internet

1. Answer Keys

Make an
essay on
what would
have
happened if
Rizal
succeeded in
his North
Borneo
project.

1. For
assessment,
please refer
to role
playing
activity
rubrics

Assignment:
Make an
essay on
what would
you do if you
are given
only 24
hours to live
and you are

Cesar Majul,
Political and
Historical
Writings by Rizal
Floro Quibuyen,
a Nation Aborted

MIDTERM EXAMINATION
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Unit VII Arrest, Trial,


and Execution
A. Last Trip Abroad
B. Arrest and Arrival in
Manila
C. Preliminary
Investigation
D. Trial
E. The Last Hours

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23.Discuss the trial and


execution of Rizal in the
context of the
Philippine Revolution.
24.Reflect on the effects of
Rizals death to
Philippine Society.

COURSE TITLE:

Life, Works & Writings of Rizal

DATE OF REVISION:
MAY 15, 2013

1. Vocabulary Building
2. Role Playing: The
trial of Jose Rizal

PREPARED BY:
HANNIBAL F. CARADO
MAHISTO

1. Textbook

RECOMMENDING APPROVAL:
DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.
Head, Human Sciences Section

Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.
Jose P. Rizal.

APPROVED BY:
DR. VERONICA S. GARCIA
Dean, Art & Sciences

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F. Retraction
G. Ultimo Adios
H. Execution
I.

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Retrospect: Issues
about Rizal
1. The Dec. 15
Manifesto
2. The Retraction
Controversy
3. The Loves of Rizal
4. Was Rizal and
American-made
Hero?
5. How the Filipinos
view Rizal?
6. Is Rizal the only
National Hero?

Unit VIII Rizals Major


Works
A. Rizal the Novelist
1. The Noli Me
Tangere Summary
2. Allusions of the Noli
Me Tangere
3. El Filibusterismo
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Summary
4. Allusions of the El
Filibusterismo Noli
Me Tangere and El
Filibusterismo
Compared
5. The Other Novels
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to be
executed the
next day.
25.Discuss the different
issues that tend to
denigrate the status of
Rizal as our national
hero.
26.Determine and explain
how these issues came
about.
27.Articulate own opinion
regarding these issues.

1. Vocabulary Building
2. Film showing: Write
a reaction paper on
the movie Rizal
by Marilou DiazAbaya

28.Discuss Rizals works as


part of the Propaganda
Movement.

1. Vocabulary Building
2. Sharing session

COURSE TITLE:

Life, Works & Writings of Rizal

DATE OF REVISION:
MAY 15, 2013

PREPARED BY:
HANNIBAL F. CARADO
MAHISTO

1. DLP projector
2. Laptop
3. Textbook

1. Teacherprepared
slideshow of
photos and
information
2. Textbook

1. For
assessment,
please refer
film reaction
papers
rubrics

1. For
assessment,
please refer
to sharing
session
rubrics
2. Checklist for
graded
recitation

RECOMMENDING APPROVAL:
DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.
Head, Human Sciences Section

Discussion:
How would
you react in
putting
Rizals image
in the one
peso coin
instead of a
thousand
peso bill?

Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.
Jose P. Rizal.

If you were
to make a
sequel to the
El
Filibusterism
o, who would
be its
surviving
characters
and what
would be
their roles?

Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.
Jose P. Rizal.

Floro Quibuyen,
A Nation Aborted

Floro Quibuyen,
A Nation Aborted

APPROVED BY:
DR. VERONICA S. GARCIA
Dean, Art & Sciences

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B. Political and Historical


Writer
1. The Indolence of
the Filipinos
2. Annotation of
Morgas Sucesos
16
De Las Isla Filipinas
3. Rizals Letter to the
Women of Malolos
4. The Philippine as
Century Hence

29.Discuss the different


works of Rizal and
explain how they
showed his advocacy
for the Philippines and
the Filipinos.
30.Explain how Rizal
debunked what the
Spaniards were telling
about the Filipinos.

1. Vocabulary Building
2. Internet Research
3. Question and
answer activity
4. Quiz (Short-answer
questions)

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31.Discuss the life and


works of Jose Rizals
contemporaries.
32.Discuss and compare
the works of other
heroes as part of social
awakening and a call to
nationalism.
33.Discuss Rizal and other
heroes in the context of
a nationalist struggle
and ethical rebirth.

1. Vocabulary Building
2. Lecture/Discussion
3. Quiz (True or False
type)

Unit IX The Other


Heroes and their
Works
A. Graciano Lopez Jaena
5. Selected Works
B. Marcelo H. del Pilar
6. Dasalan at
Toksohan
7. Soberania Monacal
en Filipinas
C. Andres Bonifacio
8. Ang Dapat Mabatid
ng Mga Tagalog
D. Emilio Jacinto
9. Ang Kartilya ng
Katipunan
10.Other Selected
Works
E. Apolinario Mabini
11.Verdadero Decalogo
12.La Revolucion

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COURSE TITLE:

Life, Works & Writings of Rizal

DATE OF REVISION:
MAY 15, 2013

PREPARED BY:
HANNIBAL F. CARADO
MAHISTO

1. Teacherprepared
slideshow of
photos and
information
2. Textbook

1. Teacherprepared
slideshow of
photos and
information
2. Textbook

1. Recitation
checklist
2. Answer Keys

1. Answer Keys

RECOMMENDING APPROVAL:
DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.
Head, Human Sciences Section

Research
from the
internet: Was
Manila really
backward
during the
1890s and
the 1890s?
Explain your
answer.

Create a
poster
showing the
sayings and
teachings of
Rizals
contemporari
es and judge
them in a
contest.

Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.
Jose P. Rizal.
Floro Quibuyen,
A Nation Aborted
Cesar Majul,
Political and
Historical
Writings by Rizal
Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.
Jose P. Rizal.
Floro Quibuyen,
A Nation Aborted

APPROVED BY:
DR. VERONICA S. GARCIA
Dean, Art & Sciences

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Filipina
F. Emilio Jacinto
13.Ang Kartilya ng
Katipunan
14.Other Selected
Works
G. Apolinario Mabini
15.Verdadero Decalogo
18
16.La Revolucion
Filipina
H. Emilio Aguinaldo

1. Vocabulary Building
2. Internet Research
3. Lecture/Discussion

1. Teacherprepared
slideshow of
photos and
information
2. Textbook

1. Question and
answer
checklist

Make a
critical and
analytical
documentary
on how the
social and
moral
teachings of
Rizals
contemporari
es were
being
followed.

Leon Ma.
Guerrero, the
First Filipino: A
Biography of Dr.
Jose P. Rizal.
Floro Quibuyen,
a Nation Aborted

FINAL EXAMINATIONS

COURSE CODE:
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COURSE TITLE:

Life, Works & Writings of Rizal

DATE OF REVISION:
MAY 15, 2013

PREPARED BY:
HANNIBAL F. CARADO
MAHISTO

RECOMMENDING APPROVAL:
DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.
Head, Human Sciences Section

APPROVED BY:
DR. VERONICA S. GARCIA
Dean, Art & Sciences

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